Textile action 'first step' to safeguard

Laws, Forrest
December 2003
Southwest Farm Press;12/4/2003, Vol. 30 Issue 24, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the approval of a petition from members of the textile and apparel coalition Unite to implement the textile safeguard provisions of China's World Trade Organization accession agreement by the administration of U.S. President George W. Bush in December 2003. Remarks from Mark Levinson of Unite; Reason behind the opposition of the National Retail Federation to the decision of the administration; List of Chinese imports categories; Purpose of the textile safeguard provisions.


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